Love is in the air with Lois & Clark over Metropolis in the new statue by Iron Studios!
Over the imposing and majestic edifices of the modern city of Metropolis and the emblematic Daily Planet building, with his unmistakable classic blue and red suit, its most famous resident and protector hangs, floating over the clouds, gently bringing his loved soulmate holding her body next to his. Almost losing one of her shoes, held only by the tip of her fingers, the beautiful investigative reporter doesn’t care much about that, feeling more than safe in the arms of her man of steel. Celebrating the love with one of pop culture’s most iconic couples, Iron Studios present the statue 'Superman and Lois - DC Comics - Diorama 1:6', with Clark and Lois Lane exchanging passionate looks and smiles inspired by their iconic and classic version from the comics.
Sent to Earth from the dying planet Krypton as a baby, Kal-El was found by the farmers Martha and Jonathan Kent and raised as his son, Clark. As Clark grew up, the radiation from Earth’s yellow sun gave him extraordinary powers that he kept hidden. Now, fully grown, he uses his powers to protect his adoptive world as Superman and acts as a journalist reporter at the Daily Planet newspaper, where he met Lois Lane, a strong and assertive woman, capable of handling dangerous situations in the search for big articles. At first, Lois was torn about being romantically interested in both Superman and Clark Kent, without knowing they were the same man. Eventually, Clark Kent revealed the truth and they got married.
The prototype was presented at an event in Brazil at Iron Studios Concept Store celebrating Superman Day and Valentine’s Day, also later at SDCC 2022. Superman and Lois were revealed in detail on the monthly show Inside Iron Studios Day on YouTube and it’s already available for Pre-Order. One of the most beloved superheroes in comic books and film history and Lois Lane on a statue perfect for fans, collectors, and as a gift for someone you love. Check out more Iron Studios news on their social media.